I don't think so! Long before there were computers (and computer science), there were brilliant physics and engineering students and they obviously were good at math.
People who are good at math / enjoy math will TEND to do well in physics / computer science / engineering.. obviously. Physics / Comp Sci / engineering HEAVILY emphasize math......... however, this definitely will NOT happen for all people.
That depends on the individual
No. You can still excel or do well in physics even if you are not good at computer science and chemistry. For example, physics is one of my favorite subjects, and I am pretty good at it. I am also good in math, but have never done anything computer science-related. I dislike chemistry, but love physics. I do not know much about the engineering aspect though, sorry. I'm sure you'd be fine though.
Science is more about vocabulary while math is about numbers
Computer Science Engineering and Information technology are same in all aspects except electronics. The study of electronics is more detailed in Information technology. Hence for computer science engineering you need good maths however for information technology you need both good maths and physics.
It's basically electrical engineering with a good bit of computer science
Of course, there isn't a reason not to, because mathematics is the language of economics, science and engineering(with the exception of computer programming).
Science, especially physics; any engineering discipline; architecture; economics and finance; computer programming; statistics...
If you think you can draw that kind of correlation, then I've got news for you: You're not that good at math.